Harmonic released the Spectrum MediaDeck 7000 SSD integrated media server, Incognito Software announced the latest version of its Service Activation Center, and Broadcom introduced a chip for DOCSIS 3.0 gateways that offer 1 Gbps Wi-Fi.
Hitachi has developed a nearly indestructible medium for storing digital information, using quartz glass that has the potential for practical use in any commercial digital system. Hitachi’s quartz-based memory medium is waterproof and can endure extreme temperatures and other hostile conditions.
The Canopy PMP 450 is a point-to-multipoint (PMP) fixed wireless platform that builds on previous products in the Canopy PMP family, providing better performance, including the ability to provide more than 90 Mbps of peak throughput in only 20 MHz of spectrum from a single access point (AP).
The three PON optical network terminals – ONT-G4021-RTN-FRU-C, ONT-E4021i-RTN and ONT-E2424F – were designed to simplify the integration of set-top boxes in the field as part of Aurora Networks’ fiber-to-the-premises product line while migrating cable operators to an all-IP environment.
Mint version 2.5 includes extended abstraction for services leveraging a variety of authentication protocols, including OAuth, SAML, LDAP, and an integrated Presence engine to support companion devices and interactive and blended real-time experiences.
Broadcom has introduced a chip for DOCSIS 3.0 gateways that offer 1 Gbps Wi-Fi. Broadcom’s new chip integrates a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with the emerging IEEE 802.11ac version of Wi-Fi, which is designed to provide throughputs up to 1 Gbps.
Sigma Designs has introduced a pair of media processors that integrate HPNA connectivity for IPTV and hybrid STBs. Both media processors feature 3-D video, integrated graphics processing, video scaling, DDR3 memory support, a customizable UI and a power-efficient CPU that can deliver OTT content.
The service is being jointly offered by Spanish infrastructure telecom operator Abertis Telecom and Nagra. The multi-screen hosting service is already in use by Spanish broadcasters for their HbbTV-based services and will be enhanced to become what is expected to be the world’s first commercial deployment of MPEG-DASH.
With new support for DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP), along with previous support for Smooth Streaming, HLS and HDS, network operators are now able to use SeaWell’s Spectrum software to convert all major streaming formats dynamically and deliver IP video content to any connected device.
Synacor’s Cloud ID enables consumers to authenticate, authorize and/or register, at any time or location, on any device. The new Social Login capability gives Synacor customers the flexibility to offer consumers access to online pay-TV content simultaneous with their access to social accounts such as Facebook, Twitter or Google.
Yospace is also jumping into the cloud services space, hoping to stand out by virtue of being able to provide dynamic, live ad insertion. The Yospace CSM Cloud Network is geographically diverse, which it said means loads are balanced while ensuring that end users are serviced from the Yospace servers closest to them.
The Envivio 4Caster G4 encoding appliance for the Envivio Muse software-based encoder family offers six times the density compared to the current platform – up to 72 SD or 12 HD channels per 2RU chassis, with the potential for further future density improvements.
By integrating 4:2:2 decoding for DVB-S/S2, IP and DVB-ASI input interfaces into the ProView 7100, Harmonic said it allows content providers to cost-effectively decode SD and HD content presented as either MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 AVC compressed streams with improved picture fidelity.
Thomson Video Networks' ViBE VS7000 multi-screen video platform has been enhanced with new features, SeaChange demonstrated the latest innovations of its Nucleus soft box gateway, and Volicon’s loudness monitoring and logging solution is now available on its Observer Scout platform.
The expanded VOD offerings can be delivered to traditional set-top boxes, as well as tablets, PCs and smartphones, using Alcatel-Lucent’s Velocix CDN technology and Concurrent’s MediaHawk Unified Origin and TV-VOD edge servers. The new TV Everywhere architecture has been put through its paces via a trial with a large cable MSO.